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'''Comic 2: "Core Crisis"''' is the second comic in the Hero Factory comic series made by LEGO and DC Comics.
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'''''Core Crisis''''' is the second comic in the [[Hero Factory]] [[Comics|comic]] series made by [[biosector:LEGO|LEGO]] and published by [[Wikipedia:DC Comics|DC Comics]].
  
==Plot==
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==Plot Summary==
The comic opens with a mission briefing, as Jimi Stringer, Dunkan Bulk,  
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[[Jimi Stringer]], [[Dunkan Bulk]], [[Mark Surge]] and [[Natalie Breez]] are heading to a future prison. As Breez reports heading to a medibot station, Surge looks up in fear at the presence of [[Corroder]]. Stringer notes that Corroder practically signed his mess. Surge dashes up to help the veterans, but Corroder melts the tie on a group of suspended girders, but Bulk knocks him back, taking the debris from Corroder's attack. After being asked for their help, [[Preston Stormer]] replies that he and [[William Furno]] must wait until their [[Hero Core]]s recharge. In the meantime, Surge tries to free Bulk to no avail, while Stringer distracts Corroder. Furno states that he is ready to launch, and leaves despite Stormer's warnings. Breez attempts to make it back in time to provide backup, but isn't fast enough. To avoid decimation, Bulk, Surge and Stringer link cores to form a Hero Cell, a protective force-field.  
Mark Surge and Natalie Breez head to a future prison. As Breez reports heading  
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to a medibot station, Surge looks up in fear at the presence of Corroder. Stringer  
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After flying towards Corroder, Furno ejects from his [[Hero Pod]], and lands a surprise kick on Corroder's face. Corroder tries to shoot down the rookie, but misses, and gets another kick to the head. Furno bluffs that there are more [[hero]]es in the newly arrived Breez's ship, and asks if Corroder can handle that. Corroder replies that it doesn't matter, and uses a smoke screen to cover his escape. Bulk thanks the rookie for his help, and Surge reports back to Stormer. The Alpha Team leader thinks they are being played, and Furno wonders by whom.  
then notes that Corroder practically signed his mess. Surge charged up to help  
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the veterans, but Bulk knocks him back, taking the debris from Corroder's attack.  
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Corroder is seen alone in a dark room. He reports that he caused much destruction, but was not ready to face so many heroes. [[Von Nebula]] admonishes him, knowing that he has been deceived, and notes that Furno was taught well. The villainous leader then instructs [[Meltdown]] to do some more damage. Meltdown accepts, boasting the heroes will not be able to stop him. Von Nebula is satisfied and claims that by the end of the next day, Hero Factory will be destroyed by a completely unsuspected enemy: Preston Stormer.
After being asked for help, Preston Stormer replied that he and William Furno must  
 
wait until their hero cores recharge.  
 
In the meantime, Surge tries to free Bulk to no avail, while Stringer distracts  
 
the acid monster. Furno is ready to go, and leaves despite Stormer's warnings. Breez  
 
tries to provide backup, but isn't fast enough. To avoid decimation, Bulk, Surge and  
 
Stringer link cores with a Hero Cell, to form a protective forcefield. After flying  
 
towards Corroder, Furno escapes his hero pod via an ejector seat, and lands a surprise  
 
kick on the green behemoth's face. Corroder tries to shoot down the rookie, but misses,  
 
and gets another kick to the head. Furno bluffs that he has more heroes in his ship,  
 
and asks if Corroder can handle that. Corroder replies that it doesn't matter, and uses  
 
a smoke screen to cover his escape.
 
Bulk thanks the rookie for his help, and Surge reports back to Stormer. The Alpha Team  
 
leader thinks they're being played, and Furno wonders by whom. Corroder is seen alone in  
 
a dark room. He reports that he cause much destruction, but wasn't ready to face so many  
 
heroes. Von Nebula says the Furno was taught well, The villainous leader then tells Meltdown  
 
to do some more damage. Meltdown accepts with pleasure, boasting the heroes won't be able to  
 
stop him. Von Nebula was satisfied and said that by the end of the next day, Hero Factory would
 
be destroyed by an unsuspected enemy, Preston Stormer!
 
  
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
*Heroes:
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===Heroes===
**[[William Furno]]
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*[[Preston Stormer]]
**[[Mark Surge]]
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*[[William Furno]]
**[[Natalie Breez]]
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*[[Jimi Stringer]]
**[[Dunkan Bulk]]
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*[[Natalie Breez]]
**[[Jimi Stringer]]
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*[[Mark Surge]]
**[[Preston Stormer]]
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*[[Dunkan Bulk]]
*Villains:
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===Villains===
**[[Corroder]]
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*[[Corroder]]
**[[Meltdown]]
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*[[Meltdown]]
**[[Von Nebula]]
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*[[Von Nebula]]
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==Trivia==
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*This comic was included as individual pages in the September–October 2010 issue of LEGO Club magazine.
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*The printed version of this comic contained an error on the last line, where Von Nebula claims that Hero Factory will be destroyed by "William Stormer", William Furno's first name and Preston Stormer's last name. The plot was later revealed to be about Preston Stormer, and the online version of the comic was altered to say "Preston Stormer" instead of "William Stormer".
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==See also==
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*''[[Episode 2|Episode 2: Core Crisis]]''
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*[[Gallery:Comics]]
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==External links==
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/2014if_/http://cache.lego.com/upload/contentTemplating/HeroFactoryComics/otherfiles/downloadC0B24277557C01582C7840FBD06604B9.pdf View] {{C|archive}}
  
==External Links==
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[http://cache.lego.com/upload/contentTemplating/HeroFactoryComics/otherfiles/downloadC0B24277557C01582C7840FBD06604B9.pdf View]
 

Latest revision as of 19:04, 1 October 2018

This article is about the comic. You may be looking for the television episode.


"Wait a minute... you think all our old enemies popping up at one time is being set up by someone? Like a test of just how good we are?"
"If that's true, then we've got two questions to answer. Who's behind this, and... what happens if we fail?
"
Dunkan Bulk and William Furno, Core Crisis

Parent Page: Comics

Comic 2: Core Crisis
Comic2 CoreCrisis.png
Comic
Author Story: Sean Catherine Derek
Script: Greg Farshtey
Illustrator(s) Elmer Damaso
Carlos D'Anda (Cover)

Core Crisis is the second comic in the Hero Factory comic series made by LEGO and published by DC Comics.

Plot Summary

Jimi Stringer, Dunkan Bulk, Mark Surge and Natalie Breez are heading to a future prison. As Breez reports heading to a medibot station, Surge looks up in fear at the presence of Corroder. Stringer notes that Corroder practically signed his mess. Surge dashes up to help the veterans, but Corroder melts the tie on a group of suspended girders, but Bulk knocks him back, taking the debris from Corroder's attack. After being asked for their help, Preston Stormer replies that he and William Furno must wait until their Hero Cores recharge. In the meantime, Surge tries to free Bulk to no avail, while Stringer distracts Corroder. Furno states that he is ready to launch, and leaves despite Stormer's warnings. Breez attempts to make it back in time to provide backup, but isn't fast enough. To avoid decimation, Bulk, Surge and Stringer link cores to form a Hero Cell, a protective force-field.

After flying towards Corroder, Furno ejects from his Hero Pod, and lands a surprise kick on Corroder's face. Corroder tries to shoot down the rookie, but misses, and gets another kick to the head. Furno bluffs that there are more heroes in the newly arrived Breez's ship, and asks if Corroder can handle that. Corroder replies that it doesn't matter, and uses a smoke screen to cover his escape. Bulk thanks the rookie for his help, and Surge reports back to Stormer. The Alpha Team leader thinks they are being played, and Furno wonders by whom.

Corroder is seen alone in a dark room. He reports that he caused much destruction, but was not ready to face so many heroes. Von Nebula admonishes him, knowing that he has been deceived, and notes that Furno was taught well. The villainous leader then instructs Meltdown to do some more damage. Meltdown accepts, boasting the heroes will not be able to stop him. Von Nebula is satisfied and claims that by the end of the next day, Hero Factory will be destroyed by a completely unsuspected enemy: Preston Stormer.

Characters

Heroes

Villains

Trivia

  • This comic was included as individual pages in the September–October 2010 issue of LEGO Club magazine.
  • The printed version of this comic contained an error on the last line, where Von Nebula claims that Hero Factory will be destroyed by "William Stormer", William Furno's first name and Preston Stormer's last name. The plot was later revealed to be about Preston Stormer, and the online version of the comic was altered to say "Preston Stormer" instead of "William Stormer".

See also

External links


Comics
2010 Comic 1: Trials of Furno | Comic 2: Core Crisis | Comic 3: The Enemy Within | Comic 4: Von Nebula Rising
2011 Comic 5: Ordeal of Fire | Comic 6: Savage Planet | Comic 7: Savage Planet 2
2012 Breakout: Issue 1 | Breakout: Issue 2
Promotional Stuck On A Problem! | Showdown! | European Promotional Comic | Jungle Of Danger! | Breakout!